Introduction              Vision , Mission & Objectives                    Scope                                 Facilities                          Admission Criteria                           Curriculum               


Vision :

(AMI) distinguished by an extraordinary level of caring and personal service. Our focus is on empowering the total your, mind, body and spirit as we deliver high quality, cost-efficient, and timely cardiovascular services through prevention, diagnosis, treatment and education.

The (AMI) is dedicated to improving patients' chances of healthy survival, bettering the quality of their care, and giving more people the tools and education they need to prevent cardiovascular disease in themselves and their loved ones. Our research, and our innovative care, are making a difference..

The Hoffman Heart and Vascular Institute of Connecticut School of Cardiovascular Technology is a provider of quality, competency-based educational programs. The school is committed to the education of the total professional, using hands-on curriculum in a student-centered environment to prepare students to become successful in a competitive world.

Mission :

 To integrate education, research and patient care in an attempt to attain the highest level of quality in each component .

To respect and value the staff and faculty for their contributions and commitment to cardiovascular care through education and research .

To emphasize patient and family involvement in the prevention, education and treatment processes

To treat all patients regardless of their financial status.

 To utilize process improvement techniques to continually monitor, assess and improve the processes and systems within The Cardiac Center

 To continuously research and integrate new procedures for the improvement of diagnoses and treatments.

To ensure clinical expertise and staff competency ∃ To maintain state-of-the-art equipment and technology.

Objectives :

The Cardiovascular Technology Programs are designed to prepare the graduate to be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills necessary to perform as an entry-level technologist. Upon completion of the program, the graduate should have didactic knowledge and practical experience in his or her respective field of study. The student should have developed the minimum competencies to sit for national registry exams in his or her respective field of study. In addition, the student will have the opportunity to learn to work effectively with other allied healthcare professionals, patients, and families to promote patient safety, diagnosis, and recovery.